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Body Pulled from Wisconsin RiverSubmitted: 04/09/2020
Body Pulled from Wisconsin River
Cooper Henckel
Cooper Henckel
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chenckel@wjfw.com

STEVENS POINT - On April 9, 2020, at approximately 10:09 AM, while conducting a water search by land, Officers located the body of a deceased elderly female in the water near the Clark St Bridge.  

Stevens Point Fire and Portage County Sheriffs Office assisted with body recovery. All further inquires will be referred to the Medical Examiner.

Officers have been monitoring the area daily since March 22nd following the disappearance of a 76 year old Stevens Point female.



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